The production of Indian Motorcycles at a manufacturing plant near Charlotte, NC has been postponed to mid-2008. No official explanation provided to me. Can the brand created in 1901 make a comeback? The only thing I know for sure is that the new company (Stellican from London who bought all Indian trademarks) has asked Serge Miska, president of Iconic American Brands, to conceive an Indian Logo line of clothing to be both comfortable and very fashionable Clothing will be based on the use of premium denim and leather with, no surprise, a worn/vintage look. Serge Miska states that "There are literally millions of professionals who are weekend bikers, and they’re not riding in sleeveless T-shirts. They want quality fashion, and we want to give them that." Indian envision its apparel line being sold at upscale department stores, as well as motorcycle dealerships nationwide. The target buyer will be a man between 35 and 55 with an annual income above $150,000. Did you say doctors, lawyers and Google executives? This marketing strategy seems to me to be so year 2000. Indian, we are soon in 2008 and the motorcycle industry has changed quite a bit! Or is it that the Indian brand wants to be a new Tommy Bahama?